Examples from the Web for leghorn
At Leghorn, Shelley, accompanied by a friend, visited a ship which was manned by Greek sailors.The Radicalism of Shelley and Its Sources|Daniel J. MacDonald
Leghorn, which in the time of the Romans was a refuge for criminals, may be regarded as the centre of modern Italian Anarchism.Anarchism|E. V. Zenker
And then my Leghorn bonnet was a great subject of wonder and dispute.Up the Country|Emily Eden
He accordingly went by sea to Italy, and arrived at Leghorn in the opening days of December.Lord John Russell|Stuart J. Reid
Prejudice however is not banished from Leghorn, though convenience keeps all in good-humour with each other.
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Word Origin and History for leghorn
breed of fowl, 1869, from Leghorn, city in Italy (modern Livorno, 16c.-17c. Legorno), from Latin Liburnus, from the native people name Liburni, which is of unknown signification.